Hair Conditions

The health of our hair and scalp is influenced by a multitude of factors, spanning from our life stage to various external and internal influences such as diet and overall well-being. Identifying the underlying causes of hair and scalp conditions is crucial in devising effective treatment strategies aimed at restoring growth, vitality, and achieving a clear and healthy scalp.

In Eva’s clinics, a significant portion of her patients have been grappling with troublesome hair or scalp issues for extended periods, typically ranging from 6 to 9 months, and sometimes even enduring concerns for 2 to 5 years before seeking help. Many of these individuals recount stories of feeling exhausted from the distress of hair loss and disheartened after being told by their general practitioner or other professionals that there are no viable solutions.

Eva empathises with these struggles and aims to offer reassurance that help is available through trichology. Trichology, the branch of dermatology concerned with the study and treatment of hair and scalp disorders, provides avenues for diagnosis, treatment, and management of various conditions.

Eva guides individuals through common hair and scalp conditions, outlining recognised treatments and solutions. Recognising the signs and symptoms of these conditions and seeking professional assistance can lead to effective management and improvement of the situation.

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Pattern Hair Loss

Hair is seen as a defining feature for both Men and Women, often referred to as your “crowning glory”. It is therefore hardly surprising that when there is a problem with the hair that it has a wide reaching effect from mild concern to anxious, depressive disorders in those who suffer.

Telogen/Anagen Effluvium

Telogen effluvium is excessive hair shedding, leaving the hair feeling finer with a loss of density. Clients usually notice excess hair shedding when brushing or washing their hair, leading them reluctant to do either. Anagen effluvium is widespread hair loss that can affect a person’s scalp, face and body.


Alopecia is the general term for hair loss and can cover a variety of conditions. It is vital that the correct type of alopecia is identified and treated accordingly. Alopecia can be non scarring or scarring. If it is scarring, the hair follicle will be totally destroyed, with no chance of any hair regrowth in the affected area. Alopecia affects Men, Women and Children, with 2 people in every 1000 in the UK being affected.

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When to book an appointment with Eva

If you find yourself feeling concerned about your hair or scalp health, Eva encourages you not to suffer in silence.

Reach out and schedule an appointment to discuss your options.

Trained trichologists possess specialised knowledge in understanding and diagnosing hair and scalp diseases. With their expertise, they can effectively address the underlying causes of these problems and offer tailored treatment plans to improve conditions and enhance overall hair and scalp health.